Pop Culture Fix: Watch One Day at a Time’s Special Self-Quarantine Mini-Episode

I’m just keeping on with my wishes for peace and health for you during these harrowing days, my friends. Here’s your first Pop Culture Fix of the week.


+ One Day at a Time returns this week and here’s the trailer!

+ And here’s a special self-quarantine mini-episode!

+ Gloria Calderón Kellett on season four of ODAAT and leading a new wave of Latinx shows.

+ How One Day at a Time came back from the brink.

+ Some highlights from Rosie’s social distancing talkshow return fundraiser.

+ At 50, Queen Latifah remains an icon of body positive style.

+ Portrait of a Lady on Fire has been added to the Criterion collection.

+ The 30 best movies for kids on Netflix.

+ TV’s fictional hospitals are donating their supplies to real hospitals.

+ Rebecca Sugar looks back on Steven Universe as it comes to a close.

+ Queen Latifah, Mary J. Blige and Missy Elliott tell the Clark sisters’ iconic story in a new biopic.

+ The Harley Quinn season two trailer has arrived.

+ Why Vida shouldn’t end with season three.

Heather Hogan is an Autostraddle senior writer who lives in New York City with her partner, Stacy, and their cackle of rescued pets. She's a member of the Television Critics Association, the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association, and a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer critic. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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7 Comments

  1. Vida is soooooo good. I finally finished season 2 over the weekend, and ARTDAMN it’s so good. It must go beyond season 3. Whew.

    Also I really hope Tanya Saracho & the writers change their mind and let Emma & Nico do a relationship. As someone else commented on one of Autostraddle’s previous articles about Vida, it’s possible for people with avoidant attachment styles like Emma to learn how to do secure attachment. Especially if they happen to be with someone with a secure attachment style like Nico. I! Want! More!!!

  2. In this time of isolation I’m really beginning to notice how prevalent Disney is in our everyday lives. Even my food is telling me to keep “Frozen”. Don’t worry Elsa and Anna. I’ll never get rid of you.

  3. Between my general health issues, politics, and pandemic worries I haven’t spent much time reading up on entertainment news. I had no idea POP had saved ODaaT. With all stressors going on, I have been on the verge of tears off and on for weeks now, and am glad that it was a happy note that finally allowed a few of those tears to fall.

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